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By Tom Williams
Published August 9, 2005
After a banner 2000, the adhesives and sealants industry is putting its best foot forward as it tightropes across 2001 in search of increased profits and efficiency. Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
From automobiles to audio equipment to accent walls, consumers are flocking to metallic finishes. Read More »
By Jenn Hess
Published August 9, 2005
Regardless of whether it's a bridge, water tank or pre-painted product, industrial, OEM and coil coatings must protect the surface from corrosion and battle the elements that wear down a coating system too quickly. Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
One dedicated employee and a pair of brothers resuscitate dying Dutch Standard and a 90-year-old paint manufacturer. Read More »
By Tom Williams
Published August 9, 2005
Despite the absence of dominant new technologies, the resins market iscontinuing to evolve in 2001. Read More »
By Jenn Hess
Published August 9, 2005
With annual growth rates exceeding 10%, radiation cured coatings have become more than just a niche technology. But UV/EB coatings manufacturers aren't resting on their laurels. Improved performance properties have made rad-cure coatings more than just an Read More »
By Tom Williams
Published August 9, 2005
Coatings companies from around the globe have realized the environmental benefits of being more environmentally conscious. Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
The shape of things to come. Read More »
By Tom Williams
Published August 9, 2005
With the world's Internet population increasing steadily, paint and coatings companies are strengthening their Internet visibility but have yet to fully embrace selling their products over the web. Read More »
By Jenn Hess
Published August 9, 2005
Whether consumers need a clear varnish to protect the kitchen table, or a colored stain to revive an aging chair, there�s a pretty good chance wood coatings manufacturers have their needs covered. With a range of end-use applications and style preferences Read More »
By Jenn Hess
Published August 9, 2005
Formulating problems driving you crazy? Read More »
By Jenn Hess
Published August 9, 2005
Children's decorating has become a growing segment as more parents are listening to what their children have to say about paint and decorations in their bedrooms and playrooms. To capitalize on this trend, paint companies are developing specialty paints a Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
What is the current state of the architectural coatings market? It depends on what country you�re in. Manufacturers around the world are dealing with different market conditions, but all have one goal in mind�sell more paint. Read More »
By Jenn Hess
Published August 9, 2005
Enhancing the performance characteristics of their pigments is high on pigments suppliers' Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
With warmer weather ahead, wood coatings manufacturers are gearing up for the spring selling season with new products for decks, new retail sets and water-based technologies. Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
Coatings manufacturers are realizing the benefits new packaging can have on existing products. Read More »
By Jenn Hess
Published August 9, 2005
Architectural coatings are always in high demand. Manufacturers continue to develop new products to meet their customers' needs, with particular attention being paid to female shoppers, more color selection and low-odor paints. Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
All types of aircraft – jumbo jets, high-tech military vehicles, antique airplanes and corporate jets – need protective coatings, and coatings companies both large and small manufacture products that are right on target. Read More »
By Jenn Hess
Published August 9, 2005
From barbeques to swimming pools, specialty coatings are everywhere. Here is a a look at some of the companies manufacturing coatings for niche markets. Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
By providing top-notch service to its dealers and manufacturing quality products, the third generation of Nortons is keeping Norton & Son and Muralo a brand to be reckoned with in the high-end paint market. Read More »
Published August 9, 2005
Here is our show guide to the companies and exhibits at ICE in Dallas, TX. Read More »
By Jenn Hess
Published August 9, 2005
As the powder coatings industry experiences a period of heavy growth, coatings companies are seeking out new markets for powder in hopes of finding further growth opportunities. Read More »
By Jenn Hess
Published August 9, 2005
Companies large and small continue to battle for position within the yacht coatings market by tempting boat owners with this year's hottest products. Read More »
Published August 9, 2005
Coatings World�s global ranking of the top manufacturers of paints, coatings adhesives & sealants. Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
Without pigments, paints and coatings wouldn�t be as colorful, or in some cases, as effective. Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
As auto manufacturers expand their businesses globally, so too are coatings manufacturers. No matter the size of the coatings firm, every R&D department is developing new technologies to answer the needs of car manufacturers that demand better systems at Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
If it's made out of wood, it needs to be protected, and that spells potential for wood coatings manufacturers. Paint and coatings manufacturers are eager to market products to stain, seal, coat and protect anything wood-be it cabinetry, furniture… Read More »
By Miles Z. Epstein
Published August 9, 2005
UV/EB curing is cost- effective, fast-curing and environmentally friendly. What is the future of this technology in the coatings industry? Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
From mom 'n' pop corner shops and hardware stores to mass merchandisers and mega home-improvement centers, the retail scene is the first impression a paint manufacturer makes on the end consumer. In the U.S., as more DIY consumers flock to the Read More »
By Christine Esposito
Published August 9, 2005
In an effort to gain a bigger share in the marketplace, manufacturers around the world continue to add new architectural paints and coatings. Some firms are also repackaging and reformulating to breathe new life into existing products. Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published July 19, 2005
In a split decision, a Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that a Milwaukee teenager can sue paint manufacturers for his injuries even though he cannot prove which ones may have made the paint that may have sickened him, and he has already been awarded… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published March 25, 2005
Akzo Nobel has developed a sensorial, textile-effect paint which it says can reproduce the look and feel of suede, leather, or woven fabric. Known as Alpha Tacto, Akzo contends it is the first decorative paint product capable of providing two distinc… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published March 23, 2005
Initially scheduled for April 4, opening arguments in Rhode Island's so-called "lead paint" lawsuit have been postponed to Sept. 7, after companies named in the suit filed a motion objecting to the state's use of private law firms to help a… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published January 26, 2005
BASF Coatings de México S.A. de C.V. has opened a new paint-on-demand (POD) manufacturing plant in Monterrey, Mexico, which will allow American customer to benefit from faster product delivery capabilities and enhanced level of services, accor… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published January 13, 2005
Close to a year after the company first announced the brand, ICI Paints has launched This Old House paint, a premium. The paint technology features SmoothCote modifiers, a network of urethane polymers, delivering a perfect balance of sag resistance a… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published January 6, 2005
The new distribution structure that BASF Coatings had planned to implement in the first quarter of 2005 for the sale of its Glasurit and Salcomix products in Poland is now operational. On Jan. 1, ECO.ING, based in Szczecin, succeeded Webolit as the d… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published December 8, 2004
Paint production at Akzo Nobel's new decorative coatings plant in Vietna has officially started after just seven months after construction began. Run by the Company's Decorative Coatings International (DCI) business, the factory-located in an expandi… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published November 24, 2004
DuPont will build a $10 million laboratory in Japan to facilitate technical approvals for automotive coatings used by Japanese auto manufacturers worldwide and to support their home country assembly operations. The new facility, in Aichi Prefecture,… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published November 10, 2004
Committed to another what it's calling another year of growth, Kelly-Moore paint plans to add and remodel a dozen high profile locations in California. "This expansion is essential to fulfilling the needs of the professional and DIY customers,&q… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published November 1, 2004
Akzo Nobel's International Paint business has officially commenced full business operations in Japan. After more than 25 years of indirect involvement in Japan, the company staged an inauguration ceremony in Tokyo to formally announce the creation of… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published October 27, 2004
On Friday, a Texas jury ruled that Union Carbide was not fraudulent in how it sold asbestos for use in Kelly-Moore's interior finishing products. The verdict will most likely force the paint maker into bankruptcy in the face of tens of thousands of l… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published August 26, 2004
Cosorcio Comex S.A de C.V (Comex) has inked a merger agreement with The Jordan Company to acquire the stock of Professional Paint, Inc. (PPI), based in Lone Tree, CO. Comex, which has the leading architectural paint brand in Mexico, also manufactu… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published August 10, 2004
The Sherwin-Williams Company will acquire privately held Paint Sundry Brands Corporation, a marketer and manufacturer of high quality paint brushes and rollers for professional contractors and do-it-yourself users sold under the Purdy and Bestt Liebc… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published July 6, 2004
Australian paint manufacturer Wattyl Ltd. has sold its U.S. businesses, Coronado Paint, an architectural-coatings company and Lenmar Inc., a manufacturer of lacquers and polyurethane coatings, to Stony Point, NY-based INSL-X Products Corp. Exiting… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published June 29, 2004
International Paint Inc., Houston, TX and the Military Sealift Command (MSC) have entered into a contract for up to a five-year fleet paint program for the supply of an estimated 3.9 million liters of products. The MSC fleet provides ocean transpo… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published June 28, 2004
Akzo Nobel’s decorative coatings business will acquire Timpe & Mock, the second largest decorative paint wholesaler in Germany. Employing approximately 400 people in 20 outlets in northern Germany, Timpe & Mock specializes in supplying… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published June 11, 2004
Akzo Nobel has developed a temporary paint system that can peeled off after use. Maskin, a waterborne coating, can be applied to any non-porous surface, such as a car body or windows, and can be removed and disposed of using standard paint waste r… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published June 8, 2004
PPG Total Service Solutions, which provides manufacturers with management and service, has signed its first contract in China. The firm has inked a deal with Wuxi Vehicle Body Co to provide the vehicle manufacturer with chemical and processes managem… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published May 25, 2004
Two family-run, regional paint operations have announced plans to merge. Rodda Paint, based in Portland, OR, and Cloverdale Paint Inc. (CPI), based in Canada, will combine operations. According to a statement released by both organizations, when m… Read More »
By Jason Lawton
Published April 7, 2004
The U.S. EPA region five cited eight companies for alleged violations of federal architectural coating rules. The companies cited include: Lymtal International (Lake Orion, MI), Nelson Paint Co. (Kingsford, MI), Pro Coatings, Inc. (Sparta, MI), Aexce… Read More »



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